Brown University Pilot Study – The Efficacy of Neurofeedback Training on Healthy College Students

The attached document describes a pilot study at Brown University Summer 2007 on the efficacy of neurofeedback training on healthy college students.  In this controlled study, subjects showed increased total scores and faster times in a maze task, and increased accuracy and faster reaction times in a visual working memory task, after neurofeedback training.  Results suggest that neurofeedback may improve working memory and attention.